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- HUD Homes in Minnesota
Best Assets, the home for HUD homes in Minnesota
- Fannie Mae Foreclosures in Minnesota
- Freddie Mac Foreclosures in Minnesota
- Help For Avoiding Foreclosures
- Order a Free Credit Report
- Minneapolis Association of Realtors
- Minnesota Association of Realtors
- Hennepin County Information - Minneapolis
Tax and other information specific to Hennepin County. Hennepin is an urban county with a population of about 1.1 million people in 46 municipalities. The City of Minneapolis is the County seat. The County Board of Commissioners is the governing policy board; the Administrator directs County operations. The County organization is comprised of 26 departments, the County Attorney's Office, Sheriff's Office, Court Administration and Public Defender.
- Ramsey County, Minnesota - St Paul
Welcome to Ramsey County, Minnesota. There are 87 counties in the state and Ramsey is the smallest in land value, but the most densely populated for its size in the metro area. We have 18 cities, 1 township and the most colleges and universities of any county in the state. As home for more than 480,000, Ramsey also has the most people per square mile of any Minnesota county. Ramsey County supports a diverse cultural environment in the arts and sciences by making significant contributions to the Landmark Center, the Science Museum, and the Ramsey County Historical Society, which operates the Gibbs Farm Museum. Ramsey County has seven suburban libraries.
- Anoka County, Minnesota
Located in the northern portion of the Twin Cities metropolitan area, Anoka County offers the best of both rural and urban lifestyles. With plentiful parks and open spaces, a thriving business climate and award-winning schools, Anoka County is the perfect choice for families and people of all ages. Anoka County enjoys low taxes, a flourishing job market and a wide range of housing options.
- Washington County - Minnesota
Washington County, Minnesota is located on the eastern edge of the state, and is one of the seven Twin City Metro Area Counties. Incorporated in 1849, its 423 square miles now house over 194,000 people. The County seat is located in Stillwater, Minnesota, along the St. Croix River.
- Carver County Minnesota
Carver County has seen an explosion of residential development in Chanhassen, Chaska, Waconia, Carver and Victoria. Many now commute to jobs in Minneapolis or its suburbs. Carver County currently has a population of 64,000 people.
- Dakota County, Minnesota
Estimated 340,000 population in 1998
Third most populous county in Minnesota
Located south of Minneapolis and St. Paul
One of the fastest-growing counties in the state
Known for its efficient and innovative County government
Comprises southern portion of Twin Cities metropolitan region
Includes first-, second- and third-ring suburbs, yet half of its area is rural
County property taxes among the lowest in the seven-county metropolitan region
- Sherburne County - Minnesota
Welcome to Sherburne County, Minnesota. Sherburne County, one of the fastest growing counties in Minnesota, is located between the Twin Cities and St. Cloud. It is where the lakes and woods of the north merge with rivers and prairie to provide reprieve to the heavily populated Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area.
- Wright County - Minnesota
Wright County lies in East Central Minnesota, bordered on the north by the Mississippi River and the east by the Crow River. Due to its proximity to the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area,this County of farms, lakes and rivers is one of the fastest growing counties in the state.
- Apartment Rentals - Twin Cities
It is our commitment to provide you with the most complete source of information on apartment rental communities in Minneapolis and St Paul Minnesota.
- Virtual Tour of the Twin Cities
- HMS Home Warranty
- All About Home
Whether it's upstairs, downstairs, or anywhere in between, this is the place to find tips and advice to take care of your home.
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- North Star - Explore Minnesota
The official State of Minnesota site. Come and visit our beautiful state.
- Minnesota Dept of Tourism- Explore Minnesota
Come and explore the State of Minnesota. Land of lakes and opportunities.
- Minnesota Historical Society
10,000 lakes... Hiawatha... sub-zero temperatures... the headwaters of the Mississippi... Paul Bunyan... the Mall of America... Minnesota is well-known for all of these things, but its best treasures are its people.
- Minnesota Weather
The latest in Minnesota weather.
- Minneapolis/ St Paul Visitor Bureau
Information for the Twin Cities area.
- Minnesota Twins
Major League Baseball. Home of the Minnesota Twins. World Champions 1987 and 1991.
- Minnesota Vikings
Adrian Peterson, Brett Favre and the rest of the Vikings gang.
- Minnesota Timberwolves
Home of Al Jefferson and Kevin Love. Get ready to Howl!
- Minnesota Wild
NHL hockey is back. Get the latest on the Wild.
- Minnesota Lynx - WNBA
The WNBA professional women's basketball team.
- University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
A World-Class University--Known globally as a leader in teaching, research, and public service, the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, consistently ranks among the top 20 public universities in the nation. The classic Big 10 campus, located in the heart of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, provides a world-class setting for lifelong learning.
- Minnesota Orchestra
Minnesota Orchestra web site home page.
- Minneapolis Institute of Art
- Minnesota Museum of American Art
- St Paul Chamber Orchestra
- Science Museum of Minnesota
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Twin Oaks Realty
3353 Douglas Drive
Crystal, MN 55422
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The data relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the Broker Reciprocity Program of the Regional Multiple Listing Service of Minnesota, Inc. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than Twin Oaks Realty are marked with the Broker Reciprocity logo and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing brokers.